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Planning out restaurants?

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My family (4 adults) are planning a 10 day driving trip through Scotland in July. We're starting in Glasgow and driving up through the western highlands, and back down. I'm wondering how much planning I should do regarding meals? I'm a pretty detailed itinerary kind of person and I've been researching every town we're going to, but I'm wondering if I should just leave it up to chance that we find a lovely pub or cafe? Or ask locals where they eat? We're definitely a low key kind of group, and would much prefer a good local watering hole verses high end dining, so I'm thinking many good places won't even have a website. Thoughts and suggestions are welcome!

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